20th Monday Aug 2012

1936 Traditional: 1830 Crestmont Ct., Glendale, 91208

What’s most eye-opening about this 1936 Traditional in Glendale is how perfectly-executed staging transformed this house from run-of-the-mill to extraordinary.

Staged by Glendale’s Madison Modern Home, even I would have been guilty of overlooking this diamond in the rough had it not been for these creative ladies. Gone are the knickknacks and clutter. In are the clean lines and accessories that highlight the home’s best features. Check out the slideshow and prepare to be amazed.

Cheese-free staging has become perhaps the best tool for savvy sellers of well-loved homes to compete with the onslaught of well-done (and many crappy) flips flooding the market. For more info or to view, let me know.

1830 Crestmont Ct., Glendale, 91208
3 bedrooms/2 baths
1747 sq. ft., 5686 sq. ft. lot
1936 Traditional
Views, Vaulted & Beamed Ceilings

Open floor plan with original windows and wood floors

Living room with fireplace

View to dining area

Kitchen with glass subway tile and stainless steel appliances

Master bedroom with balcony and vaulted ceiling

Patio. Courtesy of Craig Farestveit – Craig Estates

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    September 1, 2012 at 6:11 am

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